Gebbie Hall is located on upper campus, just a short walk from Madeleine Clark Wallace Library, Mars Center for Science and Technology, and the Filene Center for Academic Advising and Career Services.
Home for 50 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students, all Gebbie rooms have a suite-style layout with three- to six-person spaces consisting of single and double bedrooms. The residence has separate shower and bathroom areas and a common room for students in the suite to share. Gebbie also has incubator suites for newly-formed Theme Houses, giving groups the opportunity to grow as a theme or rediscover their missions.
Within the three-floor building is access to an elevator, a community kitchen, and laundry room. Each floor has a lounge space for socializing or studying.
Built in 1992, Gebbie Hall was named for alumna Marion B. Gebbie, Class of 1901.